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About Market Table
Chef Mike Price and partner, Joey Campanaro, opened Market Table in the fall of 2007. Located at the corner of Carmine and Bedford Streets in the West Village, the restaurant boasts an airy dining room with exposed brick walls and large windows offering a view onto village life. The menu at Market Table is seasonal American, influenced by Mike's childhood on the family farm in Maryland coupled with years working beside great chefs. He offers nightly specials that reflect his love of creating simple dishes with big flavors.
New York, NY 10014
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday 11:30am-2:30pm
Brunch: Saturday 10:00am-2:30pm & Sunday 10:00am-3:00pm
Dinner: Tuesday - Thursday 5:00pm-11:00pm
Friday & Saturday 5:00pm-12:00am
Sunday & Monday 5:00pm-10:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Market Table offers full service catering.
The nearest parking garage is located at the corner of Morton St and Seventh Ave.
West 4th Street- A,C,E,B,D,F,V trains and Houston Street- 1 train are the nearest subway stops.
Joey Campanaro and Mike Price
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, Counter Seating, Delivery, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Our private room is considered a hidden treasure among the reputable dining establishments in the village. The Mediterranean farm house tile floor, the brick walls and vaulted ceilings and cherry tones of the room set a perfect stage for us to work directly with you to customize your event.
Market Table Ratings and Reviews
Was able to secure last minute reservations for 4. We were taken to our table in the very attractive dining roomimmediately which was refreshing. Also nice to see the open kitchen when you firdt walk in.
I started my meal with the Cavatelli (one of my favorite pastas) which was served with a nice combination of bacon, fava beans and tomato sauce. Although a bit pricey for an appetizer it could be shared. Honestly Incoul d have had it as an entree and been happy. My wife had the fried calamari which also was done very well. For my entree I enjoyed the prosciutto wrapped pork tenderloin served with warm German Potato salad and dandelion greens. A great combination. You do only get 3 small pork medallions (probably under 2" diamater) but it was still a great meal. My wife had the sangria marinated hangar steak which she enjoyed ad well. We passed on dessert f9r this night. We will definitely be back.
The food was quite disappointing.
Especially, the dessert - flour free chocolate cake- was really bad.
The calamari was far from crispy, not well prepared.
The wine was on the expensive side but did not deliver.
The only dish that was ok was the lamb burger.
Sorry to be so negative.
But the bill was not cheap so you expect the gastronomic value to be high. It wasn't.
It's always a pleasure to return to Market Table. I was happy to sample the new spring menu, with a variety of fresh ingredients sourced mainly from nearby producers. The asparagus soup was good on its own, but the caramelized broccoli and tempura flakes added a nice crunch to the texture. The Ricotta Cavatelli pasta was rich and satisfying with a little bacon and tomato broth working with the spring onions and fava beans. The Halibut was perfectly pan seared and served over a roasted carrot puree with pea shoots and sugar snap peas. Finally, the charred Colorado leg of lamb steak was served with a South American flair with a citrus note in the salad and some heat from the pickled Fresno chile. For dessert, the Hazelnut Cheesecake and mint chocolate gelato were a memorable end to a delicious meal. As always, the wine program at Market Table is outstanding and tonight's selections paired well with each course. Service was friendly and knowledgable. I look forward to my next visit!
Food was excellent. Waiter was not very interested and seemed more concerned about turning the table for the next group than optimizing our experience. We probably won't be back, there are too many other good options in New York.
Rushed from first glass of wine on. Look the food is good and pricey but I found it a rushed meal where they couldn't turn over our two table fast enough. If we had lingered we would have had dessert and coffee but it was apparent they wanted the table.
I was on a first date and oddly the credit card machine broke. Instead of pulling me aside or investigating the problem further or calling my credit card company to figure out a way to deal with the problem, they came. Ack to my table and told me my card had been declined. I gave them another card, same result. Obviously not the first impression I was hoping to convey. It was incredibly embarrassing and handled very badly. On my way home, I called the credit card company and they confirmed there was nothing wrong with my card, and that they hadn't even seen it run. The food is great, but this was an outrage. I doubt I will ever go back.
I have eaten at Market Table several times since it first opened and have enjoyed the food and service. This time my wife and I went out for a nice little dinner date. Our server was effective and friendly without hovering and made great wine recommendations.
We split the Beet salad, the 'fresh' Asparagus, I had the Lamb, she the Halibut.
The Beet salad was great, nice mixture of flavor but still beet forward.
I did not like they way they prepared the Asparagus, way too much mayo and hello no hint of truffle - it was like they were trying to hide the flavor.
Her Halibut was excellent! Cooked perfectly and the carrot puree and snap peas were delish!
I thought that the lamb steak was prepared perfectly but the Fennel based salad was both over dressed and tasted like it was pulled out of the fridge from yesterday's leftovers, it was limp and the fennel lacked any snap or that nice anise flavor. But (for me) the main error in the preparation of the plate was the inclusion of about 6 or 7 thinly sliced hot red peppers on top of the steak. The heat level of even a small bite of the peppers hid the flavor of the lamb, working against the nice char and subtle flavor of the meat.
Whenever I'm in the West Village and want that quintessential night-out-in-the-village meal, I go to Market Table. Quality food, friendly service, fun vibe, and big windows to remind you you're in one of the best neighborhoods in one of the best cities in the world.
We weren't keen on the table reserved for us near the front door, so we chose to sit at the bar. Comfortable spot, and great service from the knowledgeable bartender. I've been to Market Table many times -- brunch and dinner -- and this is one of the best meals I've had there. We'll definitely be back.
Terrific food; attentive and friendly service; I like their offering to let you taste the wine by the glass before ordering. Wish more restaurants would do that. My only complaint was the noise - it was a Friday night at 9 and there were some large parties so not entirely surprising.
Between the 3 of us, we only ate one entree, just too many great sides to order. The duck soup as a starter was spot on. The brussel sprouts were out of this world. Our service was attentive without being overbearing. One of the best restaurants I have eaten at in awhile.
The brunch maitre d' kindly relocated our party of 6 away from the door on a very cold day. The service was attentive but not pushy. Eggs were done perfectly, hollandaise was as I like it: very lemony and not heavy. At the end of the meal as we lingered the wait staff did not circle us or glare ... which I really appreciate. Market Table has become a new favorite. Prices are slightly higher but the quality and atmosphere is well worth it.
Take note that you will be rushed out for brunch. We had a 2pm reservation and arrived on time. The restaurant was running behind and did not seat us for 20 Minutes... no big deal, it's Saturday and we're not in a rush. Our order is take right after we sit down and food arrives promptly. Food is great. Two minutes later a guy comes to our table to tell us it's last call and asks if we want to order anything else. What!? We had been sitting down for 20 Minutes. Market Table should have given us a warning that things close early before we sat down. I would have gone elsewhere. We were in and out in an hour. Not ideal for a Sunday brunch where we wanted tea and drinks after our meal. I won't be brunching again despite the delicious food.
We always have a great meal at MT, but last night it was outstanding. We had the muscle freola, calamari and guacamole, and quinoa kale salad as appetizers and the chicken with sweet potatoes and hazelnut beurre for a main. Everything was mouthwatering! We always order extra appetizers because it is impossible to choose! This was the first time we were there for a winter menu and there were lots of nice "fresh" farm to table surprises. As always, the service is exceptionally friendly and attentive. A great dining experience! We will go back soon!
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